Have you also found broken bits of pottery, arrows, and human skeletal remains?
The surgically cut femurish bone I convinced myself was not a femur at all ... just a buried dog bone, lol.
You should have had that gun checked out.
Have you wondered if all the concrete is a french drain or something useful?
Although.... if you guys recall me having to shoot at a couple of pit bulls sometime back, the owners were just indicted for toxic waste dumping in residential neighborhoods.
Facing 8 years plus, so you never know what will be in a backyard.
I didn't even know where to start with the gun. It looked like it had been buried fairly recently. I didn't want any complications, but I have felt a bit of regret for tossing it so quickly. My imagination had me thinking it was used in some gangster's third felony, and his homies would exact revenge at the address where it was buried! But, what if it was the piece of evidence to help bring closure to some other tragic event? Yes, active imagination!
Most of the concrete appears to be old sidewalk/pathways - potentially the original driveway or something.
Pit bull owning residential toxic waste dumpers otherwise known as meth-cooking tweakers, right? Too judgmental, lol?
Yeah, I had all kinds of bad thoughts about what I would find, so I'm fairly relieved all said. The neighbors said that the house had been vacant for a while and that the previous occupants were never outside when they did live there.
Otherwise, great house! Built in 1930 (so we're 'reusing' that, too) by a socialist real estate developer! How random is that?